LaGuardia Airport is beginning a multi-billion-dollar redevelopment program which will roll out over the next five years. Passengers will continue to travel through LaGuardia during the airport’s construction period, although parking will be limited and some roads will be closed or detoured.
Travellers are urged to leave additional travel time and find other means of getting to the airport.
Some of the main changes coming to LaGuardia Airport include:
- Demolition and complete rebuild of LaGuardia terminal B and the central hall
- Air trains will be built to connect commuters to the Long Island Railroad and to ferry passengers around the airport
- New infrastructure will be constructed to accommodate high-speed water taxis into Manhattan